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Wednesday, the creators broke the ‘apocalyptic villain twist’

Wednesday It is the talk of the town, dominating ratings and social conversations alike. The Tim Burton produced series introduces Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams, placing the character in a Hogwarts-like school attended by various types of common monsters that we all know. As with the premise itself, the series also has an absolutely brutal ending, including the surprisingly big reveal to end the show’s first season. Now, series creators Alfred Goff and Miles Millar break down the big reveal. Full spoilers ahead until the end Wednesday The first season. Proceed with caution if you haven’t seen it yet!

Throughout the series, a teacher at the aforementioned Nevermore Academy becomes a staunch supporter of Wednesday (Ortega) and her antics at school. That teacher is Marilyn Thornhill, played by Christina Ricci, the actress behind Wednesday Addams’ portrayal of Barry Sonnefeld. Adams family duology. Only here, Thornhill is eventually revealed to be Laurel Gates, a descendant of the villainous Joseph Craxton.

“Thornhill was always so bad. She was the brains behind the whole operation. We actually thought when we cast Christina, it would be like this flashing red light above her. We were worried that, ‘Oh, my God, are people just going to guess this,’” he said. Gough in a recent conversation with him diverse. “But I think what really helped us was that we had great actors and actresses, honestly, in all the big roles. You have Gwendolyn.” [Christie] And you have Ricky [Lindhome]. I watched it on TV: ‘I wonder who the villain is?’ This is probably the biggest name in the marquee! In this case, I feel like they were evenly dispersed.”

In fact, Gates is the big bad of the show, orchestrating the murders around Jericho. Surprisingly, Richie wasn’t originally going to play this role. At one point, Thora Birch was supposed to play a character named Tamara Novak, a role similar to Thornhill’s. Birch withdrew from the production to take care of the family.

he is Wednesday Renewed for a second season?

Although Netflix hasn’t officially revealed the show’s status yet, Wednesday anchors Alfred Gough and Miles Millar say they have several years left if the show should be renewed.

The duo said, “For us, it’s always looking to the future, and when we sit down to create a show, it looks forward to multiple seasons, ideally. That was never expected, but it’s the expectation that we hope the show will succeed,” the duo said in a chat with diverse. “So you always put out at least three or four seasons of potential storylines for characters. They can evolve and change. Often, you want to see which characters or cast and who you want to write about. So you want to make it open and organic enough to change it up.” And evolution, but we definitely have a very clear path of what we want to do in future seasons.”

all episodes Wednesday Streaming now on Netflix.

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